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8 RV Parks near Hartshorne, Oklahoma
We did however find 8 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hartshorne. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hartshorne in the left hand column.
Aug 2019 - $30.00
Sites were not very level. Had a hard time leveling my coach. - arkietraveler
May 2019 - $31.00
This park is nice and clean. The site we had did not have any tree shade, but we had a very nice concrete table and benches where family could gather around in the evening to visit. Train and livestock yard near, but noise is not disturbing. - DRBurns
Mar 2019 - $32.00
RV park behind a motel with a bar in front. Too tired to take advantage of the bar...lol. Mostly long term with a few set back for overnighters. Girl at the desk was really nice and helpful. Had been raining, but not too muddy. Defiantly a "no frills" park, but good for a one night stop. - Palazzo
Jun 2019 - $23.00
This place is so pretty. With the creeks and tall pine trees. Yet town is only 15 min away which has a family dollar and dollar general for any needed items. There is lots of activity for kids on the weekends. Plus horse rentals, swimming pool and frisby golf. The only cons I have is some sites are set up backwards. We got one so did not use the table or fire pit since it was behind the RV. Over all we plan to be back we all loved it there kids moaned and groaned when we left. They wanted to stay. - Mamato3
May 2019 - $24.00
We had a 23ft travel trailer and there was more than enough room for trailer and truck. Campsite 5 Whispering Pines campground. Store was close. Restroom/bathhouse was also close. We took the guided hike to Robbers Cave. 3/4 of a mile on a loop. First half is quite strenuous. A lot of climbing rocks. Well worth it. Had to watch the silly movie, Jurassic Games, a lot of it was filmed there. After the hike you will think you have climbed the rocks in every scene. - Wbwfortsmith
Dec 2018 - $25.00
Loved the park, we were close to the facilities and therefore we had a lot of traffic and noise but it didn't impact our enjoyment. - The_RV_CIO
Sep 2018 - $9.00
Checked in and was told to go find a site an come back, told us which sites were reserved. We found a site and set up then drove back and paid. We prefer this method when we have never been to a park before. Site was right on the water, great sunsets, trees but some sun. Make sure you have everything you need, quite a distance to any town. No cell service, either ATT or Verizon but for some unknown reason our Mobley(mifi ATT) worked. - Wandering
Oct 2017 - $9.00
An older COE campground but really well spaced and maintained with huge trees. Sardis Lake is a huge lake, very deep and clean. Lots of campsites with views of the lake and some right on the lake. Water and electric at all the sites. We will definitely return. One negative is the nearest town which is Clayton. No real grocery store to speak of so you will need to stock up before you arrive. - Budmobile
Apr 2014 - $9.00
Nicely maintained and scenic campground located on Sardis Lake. The camp sites do require some leveling. Restrooms are dated but clean. Potato Hills offers a very relaxing atmosphere with great views. The campground seems peaceful with your fellow campers relaxing or doing some serious fishing. Also, the park is close to other attractions including the Talimena Drive, one of Oklahoma's best road trips. We will return. - OldeJohn
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Fantastic place. We had water front spot and my 8 yr old spent his whole time fishing and skipping rocks. Beautiful with plenty of space. We didn't feel crowded. Loved our experience and highly recommend it! - Holly C
Sep 2016 - $12.00
We my wife and I stayed a month, here and are planning to go back for a month or six months.
The campsites are well kept, water is good and they have 20, 30, and 50 AMP Power we also had sewer.
All sites do not have sewer but if you stay a week or more they will pump your Black Water for you at no additional charge. There is abundant deer and wildlife for the viewing. Fishing is great. - rivers0270
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Spent a week here, parked next to Lake Eufaula with 50 amp service, good water, great AT&T Internet/phone, Tulsa tv stations on the air. Owner helped us get to our site, pick it out and even offered to take me to town when my truck axle broke (causing us to be here a week). This used to be a COE campground, but the current owner is making improvements. Very quiet - almost no road noise and you can barely hear the train a mile away (not one train has blown a horn/whistle). We have a large toy hauler and it fit perfectly. Owner comes by weekly (more often if you need him to) and drains your black tank (at no extra charge) and they encourage you to dump gray water out on the grass. - Don Self
May 2011 - $20.00
Located up a steep hill on a narrow road. Only sight of life was a pit bull dog behind a glass door with a sign, "Beware of Dog". We looked around and nobody came to help us so we left. We found it in the Oklahoma tourist book. It is at the same exit as the Crowder Family Campground but off to the west. Looked like everyone was a permanent resident. - junkmale56
Jun 2019 - $22.00
Nice park with lots or space. Had water, sewer, and power. Limited antenna the. No Wi-Fi but hotspot provided some coverage. Cellphone would not work except for text and email. Nice place to rest and relax. Roads bumpy but passable. Had a charcoal grill and place to hang trash from animals. - Catastrophie
Mar 2018 - $23.00
This review is for Turkey Flat Campground. Paved interior roads, and paved, level, spacious sites with concrete patios. We even had a full-hookup site. This is one of the nicest State Parks we've camped in, with large trees and neatly mowed grass. One morning we saw 8 or 9 wild turkeys. I'd give this campground a "9" except there are no lake views, and the dirt trail to the lake is about 1/4-mile and rough. The showers were clean, but unisex, coin-operated. We would stay here again. - FranM
Nov 2017 - $25.00
Very few campers here in late November. Not much privacy between sites (no foliage) but since park was nearly empty, it felt private. Beautiful area with deer, coyotes in the distance, and several species of birds. Well maintained and very clean bathrooms.
This was our second stay here, and we'll always stop on our way to Arizona in the future. Park was recently renovated so everything is new. Site was paved and fairly level, with very slight downslope. The only downside was no free showers: they were coin operated. Overall, an excellent experience. - Odysseer